Starbucks turns on and drops out with trippy, Tie Dye Frappuccino just in time for summer… man

Move over mermaids, and until we meet again unicorns: Starbucks has released its annual summer special frappuccino. This year’s sugary, colourful, seasonal offering is all about those peace and love vibes, baby: the Tie Dye Frappuccino.

Dropping July 10, and available only while supplies last, this creamsicle-inspired melt of orange and vanilla will set your body a-humming, and looks like a whipped cream- and sprinkles-topped lava lamp of rainbow colours.

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Starbucks has jumped onto the gotta-have-it seasonal drink routine for the last few years offering up brightly-coloured high-voltage creamy drinks that get people buzzing — from online commenters vying to be first to post a “diabeetus” gif to Instagrammers who feel the need to feed their feed, not to mention from the actual sugar content itself.

In the past, Starbucks has done a Unicorn Frapp, as well as a Mermaid Frappucino and, last year, a Crystal Ball one. It’s even done a Zombie Frapp for Halloween. Hit up a Starbucks starting July 10 if you want to taste the rainbow, before those “Heyyyyy mannn” Tie Dye vibes fade for good.

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